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Lidl starts construction on €11m upgrade to store at Whitestown Way

Construction has begun this morning at the Lidl Whitestown Way store in Tallaght.

Lidl say the store upgrade will see a substantial €11 million investment in the local area alongside the creation of 4 new jobs with the retailer when the store re-opens early next year, adding to the existing team of 22.

The company also say a 100 further jobs will also be supported indirectly throughout the planning and development phases.

The upgrade will see the existing Lidl Whitestown Way store transformed into a more modern, spacious building incorporating a range of new and exciting features, including a PV panel installation, electric vehicle charging points.

The store will continue to serve the local community during its regular operating hours while under construction.

However, it will close temporarily after Christmas to allow for the final phase of the refurbishment to be carried out. The store will then re-open in Spring 2022.

Speaking on the upgrade of the Lidl Whitestown Way store, Fergus Torpey, Construction Project Manager at Lidl Ireland said:

“At Lidl, we don’t just bring our customers top quality produce at the best prices in the country, we also strive to provide our customers with the best shopping experience possible.

“And our new state-of-the-art store will offer our customers in Whitestown Way and its surrounding areas just that with its spacious design and market leading sustainability features throughout.

“Having recently announced a €550 million investment in our Irish operations over the next 3 years, we are very excited to be commencing construction on our latest development this morning, bringing our commitment a step closer to fruition.”

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